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[Bug 1600] sporadic judgments in ordinary English

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------- Additional Comments From fred.zemke@oracle.com  2005-07-19 20:55 -------
Doing an eyeball scan, I found two instances of informal premises:
3.3.3 "Handling dynamic errors", second premise.
4. "Expressions", "Static Analysis", first inference, second premise.
There might be a few others.  Like I said, this is an infrequent 
phenomenon and just needs to be documented that a few judgments are
given in English because the overhead of defining them formally is not
worth it.
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